Attorney Profile: Q. Tate Williams
Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer
Q. Tate Williams, a sixth-generation Houstonian, grew up in the Spring Branch area and graduated from Strake Jesuit College Preparatory. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree with majors in Archaeological Studies and Anthropology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1996, he attended the University of Houston Law Center, earned his J.D., and was admitted to the bar in 1999.
Committed to helping real people with real problems, Tate has represented the injured, the estranged, and the accused for more than a decade in state and federal courts across Texas.
For several years he was the co-host of a weekly local cable television talk show, featuring commentary and interviews with community leaders and legal professionals. He has been a speaker at conferences and courses on ethics, jury selection, practice management, and mental health issues in criminal cases.
Tate is a member of the Criminal Justice and Family Law Sections of the State Bar of Texas, the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association, the Fort Bend County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the Austin Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, and the Houston Trial Lawyers Association.
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Williams is also Of Counsel for The Crim Law Firm, P.C.
An introduction to his blog is here.